5 Top Hotels in South Africa’s Limpopo Province

Capricorn Region Euphoria Golf Estate and Hydro Mookgophong / Naboomspruit Located in South Africa’s breathtaking Waterberg region, Limpopo, the five-star Euphoria Golf Estate and Hydro hotel features numerous facilities, the most keenly sought-after of which is the 18-hole championship golf course. Euphoria is located around four miles from central Naboomspruit, and makes for an easy commute to Gauteng’s economic hub. The entire estate caters to an expansive range of guests and offers conferencing facilities in addition to family-oriented conveniences. With respect to the golfing clientele,…

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5 Top Hotels in South Africa’s North West

Mafikeng   Mmbatho Palms Hotel Nelson Mandela Drive, Mafikeng Located in the capital city of the Northwest Province in South Africa, Mmabatho Palms Hotel is around three hours’ drive from Jo’burg. The resort offers its clientele four-star accommodation. Guests enjoy access to restaurants, conference facilities, and the casino, plus, there’s an 18-hole golf course – Leopard Park Golf Course – very close by. Accommodation consists of 150 rooms, and includes three suites and one Presidential Suite for those who seek their creature comforts. Rustenburg  …

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6 Dining Establishments you should try in Pretoria

Salt Eatery 11 Hazelwood Rd., Hazelwood Extremely refreshing place, Salt Eatery’s owner/ chef, Wessel van Jaarsveld, arrive in Pretoria with many years of experience in Europe under his sumptuous belt, and is thus more than capable of serving up modern, inspired, and thoroughly innovative food choices. Among the excellent cuisines you’ll find asiago and calabrese cheese, pear and saffron chutney, fugasse and pain de paysan breads, home cured salmon, oxtail-stuffed squid, steamed pork bun with Asian slaw, horseradish and soy mousse, grilled beef with bacon…

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6 Dining Establishments you should try in Cape Town

Cape Town is recognised for Table Mountain, otherwise referred to as ‘The Mountain’, with its spectacular outlook over the city and well beyond. And then there’s Cape Point, where you can spend hours merely taking in the most wonderful views of the ocean. And, apparently, South Africa’s most visited destination also belongs to Cape Town – the Victoria & Albert Waterfront – an ideal locale for those who really do enjoy free entertainment and shopping. But there is more to Cape Town than this. Here…

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